There once was a mother who rushed, Her missing keys made her cheeks flushed. She looked up and down Then stood with a frown, Keys were in her hand and she blushed.
Guilty is the face of my child who got caught Coloring on the walls with a crayon Who also stripped off his clothes outside And led a shameless chase across the damn lawn Guilty is the face of my child who got caught Soaked from dropping a gallon of juice Who wanted to pour himself... Continue Reading →
A moment in time Memory worth reliving The joy it still brings
"What's dat?" "What's what?" "What's dat?" I look around. "Use your words." "Mine?" "What are you looking at?" Oh no, there's a frown. "Mine?" "The TV cords?" "Mine?" "Use other words." "Black." "What's black?" He points, Where's this at? I glance around, It wasn't far. He was asking, For his toy car. How vague, A... Continue Reading →
As a kid, I loved the whack-a-mole machines, Eager for those moles to come out and be seen. Knocked them on the head with a cushion mallet, Smashed each one as fast as the timer would let it. Now as an adult, I've watched my own kid play, When he couldn't finish, I took over... Continue Reading →
"Damnit!" Susan grumbled when her elbow knocked her stuffed leather purse off the kitchen counter, and watched the contents spill out all over the sparkling white tile floor; some under the cabinets and others rolled into fridge. With one hand on her hip for balance, the eight month pregnant woman attempted to bend sideways to... Continue Reading →